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Leiden: Brill, 2023.
Studies in Russian and Soviet Cinema. 2023. Vol. 17. No. 1. P. 1-2.
In bk.: Images of Otherness in Russia, 1547-1917. Boston: Academic Studies Press, 2023. Ch. 5. P. 140-167.
Mariia Lapina, Daria Oleinik.
Linguistics. WP BRP. НИУ ВШЭ, 2022. No. 112.
23rd International Congress of Byzantine Studies took place in Belgrade, August 22-27, and brought together scholars from many European countries and universities. Two HSE scholars and a former student participated in the congress. Professor Sergey Ivanov not only was a moderator of a plenary session but gave a talk 'Flush Toilets, Torn Nostrils, and Other Byzantine Realia Revealed by the Oldest Slavic Translation of the Life of Basil the Younger'. Varvara Zharkaya presented paper entitled “Don’t Put on a Friend’s Mask, but Pronounce an Impartial Judgment”: Constantine Acropolites’ Hagiographic Oeuvre in His Letter-Collection'. A former student of 'Philology' bachelor programme Jan Zaripov spoke about Plato’s Theory of Tripartite Soul in Speech to Alexios I Komnenos by Theophylact of Ochrid.Full program is available here